Vicodin Acetaminophen 7.5/ 325 Mg

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Pamela Says:


My script has changed under the new law. It's now Vicodin with 325 acetaminophen. I've noticed that this new pill is giving me a headache. Only the acetaminophen strength has changed. The strength was 7.5/ 750. It's now 7.5/ 325. Anyone have any idea why the headache? When I switch back to the old, no headache. Thanks in advance.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Pamela! How are you?

The inactive ingredients could be different and you may be sensitive to one of them.

Is the manufacturer listed on the bottle? Or could you post back with the markings on them, so I can check for you?

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Pamela Says:

The manufacturer is Qualtest. It an oblong peach tablet

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